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Winning artist and artwork will be revealed
The Borrowed Wall Art Prize is an initiative of Liverpool City Council and Liverpool City Library. It aims to reinvigorate the city streetscape with contemporary art in public spaces such as the front wall of the Liverpool City Library.
The Borrowed Wall Art Prize will be run annually and aims to support young artists with a cash prize along with the resources to create a large-scale artwork on the Library's fašade. It is also a fantastic opportunity to have their work seen by thousands of people every day.
Young artists, 18 - 30 years old, were invited to submit an artwork which reflected the contemporary library experience as a vibrant cultural space where community diversity is celebrated. The artwork had to cover the entirety of the wall - a massive 6m in height and 8.8m wide.
Some of the submissions for the 2016 Borrowed Wall Art Prize
The finalists were chosen by a panel of judges and now, finally, the unveiling of the winning artist and artwork will take place on Thursday 14th April 2016. You are invited to attend the unveiling in the Liverpool City Library forecourt at 11am.